4 Up & Coming Artists You Do Not Want To Miss At EDC Orlando 2021

18th Annual Electric Daisy Carnival - Day 1

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Headliners from across the globe will be gathering this weekend to celebrate the return of EDC Orlando! The event takes over Tinker Field this Friday, November 12th through Sunday, the 14th.

As the festival gets closer, the toughest decision for partygoers is planning which acts are on your must-see list this year. While acts like Kaskade, Tiesto, & Zedd are headlining acts you don’t want to miss, there are also tons of other great artists to have on your radar this weekend! So here we go! Check out this list of 4 Great Up and Coming Artists to see at EDC Orlando 2021.

Said The Sky on Friday at 7:10 PM on the CIRCUIT GROUNDS Stage

With his live piano and drums, Said The Sky is an artist you don't want to miss out on! He gives his listeners the ultimate experience by performing various instruments LIVE while mixing in captivating melodies and heavy lyrics. This is a show you may find yourself wanting more of once it's over.

Haliene (Live) on Saturday at 7:15 PM on the STEREO BLOOM Stage

If you’re into orchestra and great vocals, Haliene is for sure an act to see! She's collaborated with Headliner DJ's like Armin Van Buuren, Seven Lions, & Illenium. Her angelic voice and relatable lyrics are what make her a rising star in the EDM world!

Jason Ross on Saturday at 3:26 PM on the KINETIC FIELD Stage

The next DJ coming to EDC Orlando 2021 that you shouldn't miss is Jason Ross! You may have seen him DJing on Insomniac's Live Stream during the pandemic, but Jason Ross has been around long before that and he won't be going anywhere anytime soon. Jason covers a wide range of genres including Progessive House, Trance, and Dubstep. Signed with Ophelia Records, you may also see some of his label-mates DJing by his side.

Ekali on Sunday at 8:05 PM on the CIRCUIT GROUNDS Stage

If you're into classic house DJ's, then you need to be at the Circuit Grounds stage all day on Sunday! Ekali, aka Nathan Shaw, particularly arranges his music so fans never know what to expect next. For example, he likes to throw Hall & Oates in his set! Fun fact, you didn't know about Ekali, he has writing credit on Drake's 2015 mixtape “If You're Reading This It's Too Late”.

Don't miss out on a weekend to remember! Tickets for EDC Orlando are still available at https://orlando.electricdaisycarnival.com/tickets/

See you on the railing!

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